Nonsense (film)

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Directed byM. C. Jithin
Produced byJohny Sagariga
Screenplay byM. C. Jithin
Libin T. B.
Mohammed Shafeek
Story byM. C. Jithin
StarringRinosh George
Vinay Forrt
Shruthi Ramachandran
Febia V. Mathew
Kalabhavan Shajohn
Anil Nedumangad
Music byRinosh George
Vishnu Shyam (Score)
CinematographyAlex J. Pulickal
Edited byAppu Bhattathiri
Johny Sagariga
Distributed byJohny Sagariga
Release date
  • 12 October 2018 (2018-10-12)
Running time
148 minutes

Nonsense is a 2018 Indian Malayalam-language sports thriller film co-written and directed by M. C. Jithin and produced by Johny Sagariga. It features Rinosh George in the lead role, who also composed and sang the film's original songs. The movie has many bicycle stunt scenes. Nonsense is the first Indian film to feature BMX bicycle sport.[1]



New director MC Jithin, who was an associate of Abrid Shine, wanted to cast Rinosh George, a DJ and musician, in the lead role. The two had worked together on Rinosh's first music video.[2] He received many rejections from production houses based on the title (Nonsense) and the unknown cast.[3] The project was approved by Johny Sagarika Production House, which produced many hit Malayalam movies, after Rinosh George gained popularity for his music video "I'm A Mallu".[2]

This is the first film in India to feature BMX cycling sport. The movie has many stunt scenes, leading the makers to call it a "sports thriller."[4]


Beside starring, Rinosh George also composed and sang the film's original songs. The soundtracks consists of three songs written by Vinayak Sasikumar, the songs were released by the music label Johny Sagariga on 17 October 2018. The film's score was composed by Vishnu Shyam.

1."Chirakukal Njan Tharam"2:59
2."Pularnila Kasavumayi"3:38
3."They Call Me Nonsense"2:23


The film was released on 12 October 2018

Critical reception[edit]

The Times of India rated 3 out of 5 stars, calling it "an immensely watchable film, made by a director with promise (MC Jithin, who identifies himself as MC in the titles), with dialogues by a writer with an impeccable sense of humour."[5]


  1. ^ "Kerala student Fabia makes film debut with sports thriller".
  2. ^ a b ""Rosshan Andrrews has inspired me a lot" - Malayalam Movie News". September 2017.
  3. ^ "Many declined the film because of its title 'Nonsense': Malayalam director MC Jithin on his debut film". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 17 November 2018.
  4. ^ "Kerala student Fabia makes film debut with sports thriller".
  5. ^ Nonsense Movie Review {3.0/5}: Critic Review of Nonsense by Times of India, retrieved 17 November 2018

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